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Self-rule meeting “to demand occupying Sinhala forces.......

[b]Self-rule meeting “to demand occupying Sinhala forces to vacate land and seas of Northeast with immediate effect”[/b]

[b] Sydney, 26 September, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] The Tamil self-rule meeting is to be held in Sydney, Australia at the Ryde Civic Centre on 02 October, 2005.

European Union clamps down hard on Terrorist

Neville de Silva - Diplomatic Editor Asian Tribune

The European Union is seriously considering naming the LTTE as a terrorist organization, the EU announced on Monday. Post your comments

Pak renews pledge not to conduct nuclear test

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Asian Tribune

Pakistan Monday renewed its solemn commitment not to be the first country to resume nuclear testing in the region.

Bush in a bottle

By John Chuckman

There have been rumors of Bush taking to the bottle again. Since alcoholics are never cured, this is possible. The stress of having his ineptitude so publicly displayed as it was in New Orleans and of having his every major policy collapsing before his eyes would certainly tend to push him in this direction.

Norway grants support to the Peace Secretariat for Muslims

The Norwegian government which grant unspecified amount to the Peace Secretariat run by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, has now granted 23,9 million Rupees in support to The Peace Secretariat for Muslims.Post your comments

China Radio International will introduce digital broadcasts to Sri Lanka

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The China Radio International [CRI] wishes to introduce digital system to air their daily radio programmes and popularize Sinhala programme among the local masses.

Pak PM embarks on visit to Korea, Malaysia from tomorrow

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Asian Tribune

Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz will embark on a six day visit to Republic of Korea and Malaysia from Wednesday.

Chandrika and Anura absent at the remembrance day ceremony of Bandaranaikes

Sri Lanka’s President Chandrika Kumaratunga and Anura Bandaranaike, two of the three children of Late S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike and Srimavo Bandaranaike, whose legacy they were supposed to inherit today to be in the forefront of the country’s political arena were conspicuously absent at the remembrance ceremony held on Monday at Horagolla. Post your comments

Chandrika and Anura absent at the remembrance day ceremony..

[b]Chandrika and Anura absent at the remembrance day ceremony of Bandaranaikes[/b]

[b]Colombo, 27 September, (Asiantribune.com):[/b]Sri Lanka’s President Chandrika Kumaratunga and Anura Bandaranaike, two of the three children of Late S.W.R.D.

Norway grants support to the Peace Secretariat for Muslims

[b]Norway grants support to the Peace Secretariat for Muslims[/b]

[b]Colombo, 27 September, (Asiantribune.com)[/b]The Norwegian government which grant unspecified amount to the Peace Secretariat run by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, has now granted 23,9 million Rupees in support to The Peace Secretariat for Muslims (PSM).

According to the press release of the Royal Norwegian Embas

European Union clamps down hard on Terrorist

[b]European Union clamps down hard on Terrorist [/b]

Neville de Silva - Diplomatic Editor Asian Tribune

[b] London, 27 September (Asiantribune.com)[/b] The European Union is seriously considering naming the LTTE as a terrorist organization, the EU announced on Monday.

Tsunami aid corruption at grand scale and only 13.5 percent

[b]Tsunami aid corruption at grand scale and only 13.5 percent of foreign aid used - Auditor General reveals[/b]

[b]Colombo, 27 September: [/b]Submitting a report to the Parliament, Auditor General reveals that there has large-scale corruption in the Tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction activities and the foreign aid has been misused.

He pointed out in his report that whenever Tsuna

Tsunami aid corruption at grand scale and only 13.5 percent of foreign aid used - Auditor General reveals

Submitting a report to the Parliament, Auditor General reveals that there has large-scale corruption in the Tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction activities and the foreign aid has been misused.Post your comments


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